Megan Thee Stallion Previews ‘Traumazine’ With Creepy Funeral Video, Tells Hotties ‘I Wrote This Album For Myself’

Megan Thee stallion is in a somber mood in the new teaser video for her anticipated album Traumazine. In the 19-second clip, set to an ominous piano score, we see a group of faceless figures at a funeral with a black veiled woman – who appears to be Meg – slowly walking up to a coffin on which she lays a single black rose.

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She’s followed by a woman wearing a white floor-length dress and a huge white hat who carefully makes her way through the rain before tilting her head up to face the camera, and we see that it’s a somber MTS as the album’s title fills the screen. After the video release – and a recent one killer LA Leaker’s freestyle — the rapper took to Instagram to explain the inspiration for her follow-up to the 2020s Good news along with some fun house mirror shots of her in a revealing white outfit.

It took a lot of self-reflection to get to the point in my life where I am right now…” she wrote. “I’m not saying I finally figured it all out or that I’m finally at peace because I’m not… but I’m looking forward to those hotties getting a better understanding of what’s going on in my head.” Last week, she dropped the definition of “traumazine,” which is the “chemical that is released in the brain when it is forced to deal with painful emotions caused by traumatic events and experiences.”

After fans were thrilled that she responded to them on Twitter — Meg said she “finally” got the app back on her phone — the rapper went on to take a deeper dive into the inspiration behind her upcoming sophomore effort. “I wrote this album for myself,” she explained, revealing that there will be 18 songs on the compilation. “I was going to start writing in a journal, but I said f–k it, I’m going to put it in a song.”

Megan, who last month opened up to Rolling stones around excruciating, prolonged recovery from the physical and emotional injuries she sustained during an incident in July 2020 where Tory Lanez is allegedly shot at the Hot Girl star, also answered a question about whether it was difficult for her to write the songs for this project.

“Yes very [distraught face emoji] It’s hard to say certain things you’ve never said out loud before,’ she tweeted. Last month, Megan dropped the provocative video for her latest single, “Prestigious.”

Check out the preview and some of Megan’s tweets below.

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